UFC 239 is just around the corner, and fans just cannot wait any longer. After quite a long time, the UFC is hosting a fight that fans from all around the world are actually looking forward to. Since UFC 229, there have been no major fights between reputed players, but things are about to change this time.
When and Where is UFC 239 Taking Place?
T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada is going to be abuzz with the upcoming UFC 239 fight. The fight takes place on Saturday, July 6, 2019, at 10 PM E.T. If you live outside the Eastern Time region, make sure you cross check for your local time zone and match time so that you do not miss out on any moment. For your ease, some of the time zones have been mentioned.
- New York (ET): 10 p.m.
- Chicago (CT): 9 p.m.
- Los Angeles (PT): 8 p.m.
- Greenwich (GMT): 2 a.m. (Sunday)
- London (BST): 3 a.m.
- Paris (CEST): 4 a.m
- Moscow (MSK): 5 a.m
- Tokyo (JST): 11 a.m
- Sydney (AET): 1 p.m.
List of Broadcasters for UFC 229
The UFC 239 fight will be broadcasted in a few countries on selected channels only. To make sure you do not miss out on the live action, you need to know which channel is broadcasting in what region. Here is a list of all the channels that will live stream UFC 239: Jonas vs. Santos.
|US||Fox Sports 1|
|Russia||Russia 2 (free)|
Who Else is on the UFC 239 Fight Card?
Main card: PPV, 10 p.m. ET
Jon Jones vs. Thiago Santos
Amanda Nunes vs. Holly Holm
Jorge Masvidal vs. Ben Askren
Jan Błachowicz vs. Luke Rockhold
Diego Sanchez vs. Michael Chiesa
Francis Ngannou vs. Junior dos Santos
UFC 239 will be a fight worth watching. It is expected to be very interesting as the most sought titles will be up for grabs. If you do not want to miss it at any cost, get your hands on PureVPN and enjoy a buffer-free live streaming experience.